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Benjamin Robinson (search for this): article 9
t, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his good behavior. Oscar E. Edwards, arrested for shooting at Thomas Ford — remanded for indictment by Gra
John H. Parker (search for this): article 9
nt, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his good behavior. Oscar E. Edwards, arrested for shooting at Thomas Ford — remanded for indictment by Gra
John Philpots (search for this): article 9
Mayor's Court. --Since our last publication the following cases have been disposed of by the Mayor: John Philpots, charged with bringing wood to the city to sell and refusing to submit to its measurement, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting<
George Washington (search for this): article 9
t, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his good behavior. Oscar E. Edwards, arrested for shooting at Thomas Ford — remanded for indictment by Gra
Elizabeth Jackson (search for this): article 9
disposed of by the Mayor: John Philpots, charged with bringing wood to the city to sell and refusing to submit to its measurement, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to
James D. Perkins (search for this): article 9
Mayor's Court. --Since our last publication the following cases have been disposed of by the Mayor: John Philpots, charged with bringing wood to the city to sell and refusing to submit to its measurement, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting <
Josephine Staff (search for this): article 9
ment, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his good behavior. Oscar E. Edwards, arrested for shooting at Thomas Ford — remanded for indictment by Grand Ju
Oscar E. Edwards (search for this): article 9
nt, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his good behavior. Oscar E. Edwards, arrested for shooting at Thomas Ford — remanded for indictment by Gra
R. F. Graves (search for this): article 9
Mayor's Court. --Since our last publication the following cases have been disposed of by the Mayor: John Philpots, charged with bringing wood to the city to sell and refusing to submit to its measurement, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting <
Mary Brown (search for this): article 9
e Mayor: John Philpots, charged with bringing wood to the city to sell and refusing to submit to its measurement, as required by ordinance — fined fifty dollars and security required for future good behavior. James D. Perkins and R. F. Graves. jointly involved in bringing felonious charges against each other and afterwards proposing private negotiations — remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the charge of subornation and perjury. Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Brown, free negroes, charged with disorderly conduct, and using insulting and abusive language towards Mrs. Josephine Staff-nor — ordered to be whipped. John H. Parker was fined for a violation of ordinance by permitting his negro wagon driver to drive faster than is permitted by legal regulation. Henry Easley, jointly charged with buying turkeys in market to sell again and with assaulting and beating George Washington, slave of Benjamin Robinson — fined and held to security for his g
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